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The result is a unique anthology, focusing as it does not on old chestnuts but tender shoots some trees already, admittedly. The god-like self-confidence, the ignorance of failure, the contempt for compromise, the impulse to investigate, the bubbling energy, and outsized ambition of adolescence are great allies for any writer. In fact, they are often—to a surprising degree, to anyone expecting more of a historical document than an impressive collection—worth reading as poems. Had the series been founded in , instead of years later, it might have published Emily Dickinson or Alice Cary, depending on the judge.
Auden who seems to have written one of those brief introductions for most of the foremost poets of a generation , the experimental, expansive, and welcoming Stanley Kunitz who opened the series up to many influences, political and rhetorical, cultural and poetic, that we take for granted now —not to mention Richard Hugo, James Merrill, and James Dickey—each gave the series a unique spin. This anthology is, at least, compelling evidence.
There are no woodsheds here. Here instead are 92 plans for the palace of art. Murray, a young woman from a bohemian background whose passionate, intelligent, sometimes difficult poems are among the best that postwar poetry has to offer, had already been dead for five years when her book appeared. Out of print for decade, her only book, chosen by W. Murray knows to be simple, and when to be complex; the mind of her poems is quick with intelligence, dense, and demanding—yet alive with humor and with a kind of thought not reflexively separated from sensation.
Already an accomplished poet in her early twenties, Murray also studied acting and dance, and may even have painted. She died of hear problems in , at the age of Testosterone is the hormone that is the basis of patriarchy. So what does that mean for me? BOMB 64 Summer Lucille Clifton served as the poet laureate of the state of Maryland from to Her current book is Voices , Boa Editions, In , "Hilde" Stern arrived as a refugee in Austria, where she waited to emigrate to the U.
The year-old German-Jewish woman had lost her parents and grandparents, but survived the Lodz Ghetto and Auschwitz. This circle was also frequented by the young Yiddish writer Chava Rosenfarb. During the months that Hilde later Hilda waited for her visa for the U. The faded notebooks were first discovered by her husband, Dr.
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Werner V. In , a second volume appeared in English, entitled Words that Burn Within Me: Faith, Values, Survival , with many translations from the German as well as the texts of interviews with story-teller Gail Rosen. Music heard on the program is composed by William Gilcher. He is a former Poet Laureate of Maryland. Jim Daniels, poet, fiction writer, and screenwriter, is the author of numerous books of poetry, including, most recently, Having a Little Talk with Capital P Poetry. In , he wrote and produced the independent film Mr. He has received two fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, and two from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.
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A native of Detroit, Daniels lives in Pittsburgh with his wife, the writer Kristin Kovacic, and their two children near the boyhood homes of Dan Marino and Andy Warhol. Photo courtesy of Marlene Hawthrone Thomas. She lives in Washington, D. Photo by Jo Eldredge Morrissey.
Mark Dawson was born in Columbia, Tennessee. Richard Peabody is a poet, fiction writer, editor, and teacher. Photo courtesy of Dan Vera.
Photo by Arne Svenson. Brian DeShazor is a writer, artist, musician, and public broadcaster. All rights reserved. Used by permission. She holds a Ph. Photo credit: Alfredo Rossi. Twain enjoys sharing his love of words with students, and is still working on the story of his life, None of This Makes Sense. You can find Twain hosting an open mic at Busboys and Poets or dancing with his wife fellow poet Gail Danley and their children. Rita Dove was the Library's seventh Poet Laureate She was the first woman, and first African American, appointed to the post since "Poet Laureate" was added in to the title "Consultant in Poetry.
Her latest book is American Smooth Born in Akron, Ohio, in , Ms. Dove has used family history and social history in much of her writing.
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Rita Dove is married to the German novelist Fred Viebahn; their daughter, Aviva, is an art historian. He is author of six books of poetry, including Brutal Imagination G. Putnam, He lives in Brooklyn, New York. Photo courtesy of Rachel Eliza Griffiths. Cook and James Tatum. William W.
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Cook is a poet, and author of several books. Claudia Emerson is the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for poetry for her third collection, " Late Wife. She has published dozens of poems in literary journals and anthologies and has authored essays as well as short fiction. Emerson received her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and her master's summa cum laude from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Vincent Millay. He has authored verse plays and translations and eight volumes of poetry, the latest The Traveler's Calendar. He has published almost twenty books as a poet, editor, essayist and translator.
The Republic of Poetry was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Robert Fanning is the author of two full-length poetry collections, American Prophet and The Seed Thieves , as well as a chapbook entitled Old Bright Wheel Pleasant, Michigan, with his wife, sculptor Denise Whitebread Fanning, and their two children. To read more of his work, visit www.
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Poet Marianne Moore awarded Judith's first poetry prize at age She was educated at Tufts University as a biologist, studying bacterial genetics and bacterial viruses, and then in the Writing Seminars with Elliott Coleman at The Johns Hopkins University. Emily Ferrara, winner of the Bordighera Poetry Prize, is an assistant professor of family medicine and community health at University of Massachusetts Medical School, where she teaches and has developed curricula in creative writing, and cultural competence in medicine.
The Alchemy of Grief is her first full length book. Sabine Pascarelli grew up in Germany where she earned a degree in literature at Dortmund University.
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She is an author of children's literature. She has won fiction awards, from La Spezia, Italy and the most recent, Mirabilia, in Pascarelli lives in Tuscany with her husband Salvatore and their two sons, Marco and Claudio. Ethan Fischer writes mystery plays for radio and poems for children and grownups. He helped found and still produces the long-running Rumsey Radio Hour. He is a translator of Goethe, Trakl, and Rilke.
Ethan Fischer is senior editor of Antietam Review. Ed Zahniser serves as poetry editor of the quarterly Good News Paper , which he co-founded in He is the author of Some Ether. Photo by Matt Valentine. Frederick Foote , M. Foote was educated at St. He served 29 years in the U. Navy as an enlisted medical Corpsman, general medical officer, and neurologist.
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Apart from 6 years at sea, Dr. Poet Laureate Charles Wright. She has served as guest poetry editor of Guernica and written articles on dance and music for Bomb, Pointe, Playbill, and International Piano. Several of her poems have been translated into Spanish, Japanese, and Greek. Photograph by Dmitri Kasterine. Lesley Lee Francis is the granddaughter of Robert Frost.
She received her A. She became a professor of Spanish language, literature, and history at a number of colleges and universities and ran a summer program in Spain. Currently she lives in Arlington, VA; her three daughters and six grandchildren live nearby. Photograph by Paul Fetters. He is assistant director of the Writer's Center, and has been a managing editor of Poet Lore , the nation's oldest continuously publishing poetry journal.